If there is to be a full parliamentary debate in the House of Commons in the autumn I believe we need to be in a position of not just discussing what has gone wrong for ME sufferers but also what we want to begin to put it right. Could a possible question and suggestion for the Health and Social Care Minister be - Whilst NICE review their ME guidelines and biomedical research is undertaken to find the underlying cause(s) of ME, as an interim measure couldn't ME suffers at least be provided with a basic symptom based (not PACE based) care and support service by the NHS - which could then be modified and adapted as new information becomes available ? And as there is a similarity of symptoms with MS couldn't this be fairly quickly set up on an NHS regional basis by adapting the following existing NHS MS Service for PWME needs ? Because when I change MS to ME in this description I find it would give me a lot of what I need to help me manage my illness whilst I wait for a cure. Is this the sort of idea that's worth exploring and discussing before the autumn ? Possibly with a view to using our own hard won knowledge and experience of ME to design, as a group, a workable outline proposal for a bespoke NHS ME Service.